Uni-Tübingen

Fees & Expenses

Program Fee

The program fee is € 2,000 and includes:

Be an Early Bird:If you register by August 21, 2022 the program fee will be € 1,600.

 Please note: The IES programs are not subject to the amendments to tuition fees for non-EU students in Baden-Württemberg.

Additional Expenses

The following expenses are not included in the program fee and have to be covered by the participant:

Financial Support

Within the Winter School limited partial financial support in the form of a reduction of the program fee is available. The financial support is awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need and is granted only for participation in the Winter School. We will only consider applications including all required supplemental documents that reach the office by the application deadline of October 16, 2022 together with your application for the program. All documents have to be submitted in English.

Please use the following link to the online application form: Application for Financial Support

How much does it cost to live in Germany?

The estimated average monthly expenses for meals and beverages are 150-200 EUR (depending on eating out or cooking). The average price for lunch in the student restaurant is 3.50 EUR. Accommodation, all excursions as well as a public transportation ticket for Tübingen is included in the program fee. 

More information on the cost of living in Germany as well as an overview of prices for food, clothing, cultural events, etc. are provided by the DAAD and the Deutsches Studentwerk: